Jeff Rocco Returning To SK Modified Division At Waterford As Part Of Three Car Mr. Rooter Team

The SK Modified portion of the Mr. Rooter Racing team at the Waterford Speedbowl continues to grow and grow and grow.

Jeff Rocco celebrates his first career SK Modified victory in 2012 at the Waterford Speedbowl

Jeff Rocco celebrates his first career SK Modified victory in 2012 at the Waterford Speedbowl

First Mr. Rooter Racing team owner Vin Beedle wanted to get Keith Rocco to join the organization and race as a teammate to Ed Puleo at the Speedbowl. That was a done deal back in September.

Now Beedle is bringing the Rocco family together with one team next year at Waterford.

Beedle’s Mr. Rooter Racing team will field an SK Modified for Jeff Rocco at the Waterford Speedbowl in 2014.

Jeff Rocco, who will also run full-time on the Valenti Modified Racing Series in 2014, said he will compete at Waterford every week that does not conflict with a Valenti Modified Racing Series event.

“I’m super excited,” Jeff Rocco said. “Any time you get to sit in a racecar is a good time.”

Jeff Rocco ran full-time in SK Modified in 2012 for Mark and Mike Pane and won his first event at the track in the season finale of that season. The team returned to the track in 2013 to run an SK Modified, but left mid-way through the season to pursue events on the Valenti Modified Racing Series. Jeff Rocco will run full-time with the Pane’s on the Valenti Modified Racing Series in 2014.

Jeff Rocco joins his twin brother Keith Rocco and Puleo with in Mr. Rooter Racing SK Modifieds at Waterford. Keith Rocco will also run a Mr. Rooter Racing SK Modified at Thompson Speedway next year and will have Mr. Rooter backing on his John Rufrano owned SK Modified at Stafford Motor Speedway in 2014.

“I think it’s going to be a great thing for us to have the knowledge of both of the Rocco brothers with our team,” Beedle said. “I’m ecstatic. We’re going to have a lot of cars in the division. With Ed, Keith and Jeff working together, there’s a lot of knowledge and expertise there. It’s going to be exciting.”

Jeff Rocco said he’s looking forward to working as a teammate to his brother and Puleo.

“I know we’re going to be teammates, but we’ve both been competitive with each other since we were kids,” Jeff Rocco said. “All in all we’re all on the same team, but when we go out of the gate we’re going to all be doing the same thing, trying to win.”

In addition to the running the three-car SK Modified team in 2014 at Waterford, Beedle said Mr. Rooter will continue to support Josh Galvin in the Street Stock division at Waterford and Victoria Bergenty in the SK Light Modified division.

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  1. Go get um jeff

  2. Called it. lol

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